This section guides asset originators in managing their pools.
The investment capacity on Tinlake's dashboard indicates how much external investment the pool is looking for. The investment capacity is set in DAI.
Each pool can adjust the amount in the pool's Management tab. The Management tab is split into different areas. One area is Pool Liquidity and one is Liquidity Management. With the help of the Pool Liquidity box, the asset originator can access the DAI amount available for originations, investment and redemption orders as well as repaid amounts that will be available in the next epoch.
In the Liquidity Management box, the asset originator can update the maximum reserve based on their needs. The difference between max. reserve and the available liquidity is the displayed investment capacity.
The minimum length of an epoch is set at 23 hours and 50 minutes. An epoch will have to last at least 23 hours and 50 minutes but can also last longer. Closing an epoch requires a contract call, epochs don’t close automatically. This contract call is an open function - anyone can do it, there is no admin access required. Usually epochs are closed automatically by a service but in case locked orders can not or only be partially executed epochs need to be closed and executed manually. There are three steps to close an epoch where not all orders can be fully executed:
challenge periodhas passed a third call executes the epoch and the best submitted solution will be chosen.
Submit solutionbutton that will appear instead of
Execute epochbutton to execute the epoch. The locked orders will be executed according to the best solution submitted to the contracts.
The easiest and cheapest way to off/on-ramp is to exchange DAI directly in EUR or USD pairs.
Alternatively, DAI can be exchanged for the stablecoins USDC or USDT, on any decentralized exchange.